Your digestive system, including your stomach, pancreas and intestines all help breakdown the fat in food. To ensure it is working effectively, you should eat healthy and exercise.
Amylase breaks down carbohydrates. Lipase breaks down fats.
It breaks down fats.
The enzyme that breaks down fats is called lipase
The enzyme that breaks down fats is called lipase:Definition: Lipase is an enzyme that breaks down fats and oils.
The gallbladder, which is an accessory organ of the small intestines, makes bile which is secreted into the small intestine and emulsifies (breaks down) fats.
The answer to your question is it breaks down "fats".
it breaks down fats
Amylase - breaks down carbohydrates.Protease - breaks down proteins.Lipase - breaks down fats/lipids.
The liver is the primary organ.
Fats aren't broken down in the small intestine :/
The organ that breaks down poison is the liver digestive system. That is all that know for now.
Fats are made up of lipid molecules. Lipase is the enzyme that breaks up the lipid molecules.
The liver breaks down alcohol into sugar.
Bile breaks down fats.
Lipase, which breaks down fats, and pancreatic amylase, which breaks down carbohydrates.
The Pancreas due its juices it can break down fats
Lipase breaks down the fats in foods.
Lipase breaks down dietary fats.
The liver breaks down most proteins in the body, including insulin.
It breaks down lipids (fats)